Improving identification and treatment of mental health issues

A new partnership between Swinburne’s Centre for Mental Health (CMH) and Readiness Pty Ltd will improve the identification and treatment of mental health issues in Australia

Readiness, a start-up who provides businesses tools to support the mental health and wellbeing of employees is investing $2 million to support the CMH’s commitment to mental health research.

“We are excited to sign this research partnership agreement with Readiness,” says Director of the Centre, Professor Greg Murray and Associate Professor Eva Kyndt, who are Swinburne’s leaders of the Readiness partnership.

“This partnership will accelerate the development of and provide a scientific foundation for Readiness’ innovative mental health and wellbeing monitoring package, which is already being used in businesses, sports clubs and schools,” Professor Murray adds.

Translating mental health research into the real world

Readiness Pty Ltd is an organisation that aims to make a difference to the mental health and wellbeing of Australians, headed by businessman Gerry Ryan OAM who is Chairman and owner of the company.

As part of the partnership, a number of research work packages have been developed. These packages take a holistic view at tools used to measure the mental health and wellbeing levels of individuals, as well as the efficacy of Readiness tools in identifying these mental health issues whilst building leadership capacity and professional development around identifying mental health issues within organisations.


These research work packages have been developed in collaboration with Readiness in response to industry needs

Steering research and innovation

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